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Uber, blind riders reach settlement over service dogs

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 5:02pm

Uber and advocates for the blind have reached a lawsuit settlement in which the ride-hailing company agrees to require that existing and new drivers confirm they understand their legal obligations to transport riders with guide dogs or other service animals, an advocacy group announced Saturday.

St. George man allegedly defrauded group that helps disabled

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 4:21pm

A human resource officer is accused of defrauding a St. George company that provides group home services to people with autism and other disabilities.

The Latest: Berkshire investors reject climate change report

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 3:30pm

The Latest on Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholders meeting, where tens of thousands of people have listened to CEO Warren Buffett and Vice Chairman Charlie Munger talk business for several hours (all times local):

Kentucky State University employees file discrimination suit

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 2:30pm

A fired employee and a demoted employee at Kentucky State University have filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against President Raymond Burse.

Smartphone health: Apple releases software for medical apps

Brandon Bailey, Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 2:24pm

Apple is edging its way a little further into health care with the release of new iPhone apps that patients can use to manage their own medical conditions — from diabetes to pregnancy and even depression.

Competition heats up among Des Moines specialty grocers

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 2:10pm

Three new specialty food stores have opened in the Des Moines area since last fall, joining an already competitive grocery market and a string of established grocers in Iowa that sell ethnic, gourmet and health-conscious food.

Virginia Military Institute announces tuition increases

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 1:20pm

Tuition is going up at the nation's oldest state-supported military college.

Terminating parental rights: State policies vary widely

David Crary, Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 12:50pm

For child-welfare agencies across the United States, it's the ultimate sanction: terminating the rights of parents to raise their own children due to concerns about abuse and neglect.

Senate candidate paid relative $170K for past campaign work

Brian Slodysko, Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 10:51am

An Indiana Senate candidate who has railed against out-of-control government spending paid his brother-in-law nearly $170,000 to manage the finances of his congressional campaign. The relative worked as a car salesman and actor but had no experience rounding up political donations.

Gibraltar pushes for airport to be under EU aviation laws

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 10:50am

Gibraltar's authorities have joined air-travel industry leaders in calling for the small British territory on Spain's southwestern tip to be included in the European Union's laws governing European aviation.

State Rainy Day Fund to restore library, senior center cuts

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 10:40am

Budget cuts of about $1 million each to Arkansas libraries and for senior citizen centers will be restored with money from the state's Rainy Day Fund, according to legislative leaders.

Kenya burns huge pile of ivory tusks to protest poaching

Tom Odula, Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 10:31am

Kenya's president set fire Saturday to 105 tons of elephant ivory and more than 1 ton of rhino horn, believed to be the largest stockpile ever destroyed, in a dramatic statement by this East African country against the trade in ivory and products from endangered species.

Pocatellos' FBI data center to expand, add jobs

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 10:00am

Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad says the FBI is expanding its data center facility, bringing 300 new jobs to southeastern Idaho.

Illinois budget standoff forces 300 layoffs at Chicago State

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 9:50am

Chicago State University laid off more than 300 employees, about a third of its workforce, after emergency state funding recently approved amid Illinois' ongoing budget stalemate proved too little to prevent the cuts.

Nissan recalls nearly 4 million cars with air bag problems

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 9:21am

Nearly 4 million Nissan cars are being recalled due to major safety problems where passenger air bags or seat belts could fail in a crash, leading to serious injuries or fatalities.

Congress heads out with no resolution on Zika, Puerto Rico

Andrew Taylor, Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 7:50am

Congress accomplished relatively little in a short work period, missing deadlines on the budget and on helping Puerto Rico with its financial crisis as lawmakers began a weeklong break.

Wee-lief! Dogs get airport bathrooms of their own

William Mathis, Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 7:41am

Little Simba couldn't wait to check it out.

Educated migrants have edge as Germany aims for integration

Kirsten Grieshaber and David Rising, Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 5:20am

Wafaa Askar arrived in Germany barely a year and a half ago from her Syrian homeland, but she already speaks German fluently and counts more Germans than Syrians as friends. Orhan Sahin arrived from Turkey more than three decades ago, but still feels like a foreigner and speaks in broken German.

House, Senate adjourn without reaching budget deal

Bob Christie and Ryan Van Velzer, Associated Press  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 12:00am

The Legislature adjourned for the weekend as negotiations over the state's $9.58 billion budget package fell apart in the House late Friday night before a deal could be reached.